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Foreign retail brands are putting pressure on Philippine retail rents, according to JLL.
The latest Estee Lauder results reflect a lower-than-expected profit for the full year, hurt by fewer customer visits to department stores and uncertainties in some markets.
China Duty Free Group (CDFG) has opened its third downtown duty-free and travel retail store in Cambodia.
The Luxasia Group has appointed former SingPost CEO Dr Wolfgang Baier as group CEO.
L Capital, an affiliate of LVMH, will invest US$50 million in Korean cosmetics company Clio.
DFS Group Cambodia has marked the opening of its first store, T Galleria by DFS, Angkor, with a gala event.
Estee Lauder Asia has achieved double-digit sales growth in Korea, Japan, Australia & Taiwan – with Hong Kong the only regional market recording a decline.
Estee Lauder is to axe between 900 and 1200 jobs as part of a move to save up to US$300 million.
Scores of top beauty brands and cosmetics companies are setting up shop on Alibaba Group’s Tmall.com online marketplace.
The brand preferences of mainland Chinese tourists heading for Hong Kong, Japan and Singapore have been collated in an analysis of online conversations.
Global duty-free retailing is expected to reach nearly US$98 billion in revenue by 2019, according to a new study by global technology research and advisory company Technavio.
Estee Lauder has completed the acquisition of Have & Be Korea, the parent of skin care brands Dr Jart+ and Do The Right Thing.